November 30, 2006

morning star

Morning Star greets a morning start. Gorgeous, isn't it? That's all I have to say today. Tomorrow is DP Theme Day. I can't wait!


Blogger mamasan said...

darling, are you aware of this photo competition? You will win if you enter, I know it!

Lovey, c

4:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sharp flare you've captured, stunning!
mine is usually blurry a bit, a special lens?

4:57 PM  
Blogger Lisi said...

really how did u get the burst? Is that your home? I like those wall!

Leobrota, I have something for u today, come to HK :-)

6:19 PM  
Blogger edwin s said...

mamasan, yeah, I want to enter but I don't know what to submit. any ideas?

kris, it was a 50mm lens with a UV filter on. I think thats what caused the hexagon flares and gave the sun a 'starburst.' I f-stopped at f/16 and shutter at 1/160 (I think. Will check metadata when i get home.)

The shot pretty much came out like this. So all I did in PS was adjust highlights/shadows to get more of the background. Then did some 'curving' for a bit of Ommpphh.

Lisi, it is my house just outside the front door. And thanks for the 'compliment.' Absolutely fabulous! Everyone GO there (HKDP) NOW!

6:38 PM  
Blogger mamasan said...

personally i love all your portraits of people. but your pics of buildings are pretty stunning too, especially when the light is a little moody (there's one of a fountain, i think, all glass and metal and looking like a spiny flower)


7:27 PM  
Anonymous lynn said...

Your photos never disappoint! This is great. Did you use a filter / Photoshop?

Can't wait either! Yay. My first theme day.

7:43 PM  
Anonymous lynn said...

ah i just saw the answer above. Should have looked!
Ideas? Yes - your self-portrait in the Christmas bauble. Enter it now!

7:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

shining shining star....super star, edwin.


8:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

on se voit bien allonger dans son lit et ce soleil qui traverse la fenetre, et on fait la grasse matinée..

one sees oneself well lengthening in his bed and this sun which crosses the window, and one makes the fatty morning.

9:13 PM  
Blogger Carlos said...

...elegant and glorious. I was just reading the heading of your blog as in a trance. This part, "Once a mining town, now a holiday destination. Malaysia Boleh!" I was wondering what "Boleh" meant, then I thought maybe it is "longlive" or something, then I scrolled down and I saw this radiant light coming into my eyes, for a moment I thought I was daydreaming. A light, a heavenly light...wake up. Then I said, wow, what an elegant and glorious image.-)

11:01 PM  
Anonymous ruth said...

Like a view into something beyond. (or from beyond)

1:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

just beautiful this photo...
u make my day...

2:16 AM  
Blogger Chris & Deb said...

Edwin....this is magnificent!

2:39 AM  
Blogger Pod said...

tres cool mr s!

3:46 AM  
Anonymous dawn said...

This is beautifl. I like how you got it through the bricks.

7:40 AM  
Blogger edwin s said...

Thanks guys :)

Carlos, Boleh loosely means Can Do It. Usually it means Yes but in this case, Malaysia Can Do It!


Lynn, I'm still looking through my collection. I'm so confused but I can enter more than 1 shot.

Ruth, to infinity and beyoooonnnddddd!

Dawn, I just kinda focused the camera at a point where the sun wasn't directly hitting the lens. I have another shot where it's just pure light...

11:20 AM  

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